Diabetes

Question
Posted by: Anonymous | 2009-06-22

Q.

axonal pheripheral neurophy and diabetes??

Diet doc- My husband is quite tall, 2.05m and weighs 150 kgs. He is very muscular and physically quite strong. It is just that he constantly eats. As he finishes a plate of food, not even 15minutes later he is hungry again. What I have also observed is that most times he goes to the toilet within the first hour after he has eaten. It is nothing for him to go 3 to 4 times to the toilet in a day. He constantly have cravings for sweet things and he constantly eats them. He was tested before numerous times for sugar but the GP reckon he is not diabetic. A specialist diagnosed him with axonal pheripheral neurophy and he has no sensations under his feet and up his legs. Who must we consult to figure out the best healhiest way forward for him.

Expert's Reply

A.

Diabetes expert

It is always a good idea to go back to your GP, that he can manage all the different rolaplayers - a dietary consultation may be valuable.

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